The Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth days may be long gone, but that doesn’t mean Rock’s musical output has slowed down. On Wednesday (January 2), Rock took to Instagram to announce The Return of the SP1200 instrumental album is on it way.

According to the caption, the project will include beats he made between 1990 and 1998 and scratches from The Beat Junkies’ J Rocc. He also divulged Skyzoo has an album coming as well, which Rock produced.

“And it starts,” he wrote. “This will be my 1st release of 2019. The Return Of The SP1200 instrumental lp with beats from like 1990-97-98 i never used. The rejects or just beats that i never did nothing with. Gonna be variations of the way i do instrumental albums COMING SOON!!!

“All scratches and excerpts by the beat junkie himself @jrocc210 who has done a wonderful job. people love good music.we love hip hop still,dont ever get it fucked up. DSR2 PRSB PETESTRUMENTALS 3 & NEW SKYZOO album Produced by Pete Rock COMING SOON! And alot more stay tuned.”

Rock has released a myriad of instrumental projects over the years beginning with 2001’s PeteStrumentals. In 2015, he returned with PeteStrumentals 2 and two years later, delivered the Lost Sessions album.

The Bronx native has also collaborated with several notable MCs along the way, including Smoke DZA on 2016’s Don’t Smoke Rock and Smif-n-Wessun on 2011’s Monumental.

Although Rock didn’t name any specific dates, it likely won’t be long.

In the meantime, revisit PeteStrumentals 2 below.